The intelligence of a city is the capacity to learn: to learn the past, its history and the culture of its territory. Unlike the smart city, we do not build a city from scratch and there is nothing, there is no smart city standard car intelligence is measured this ability to fit into a territorial dynamic, a story and a culture. Continuous learning through instantaneous feedback provides the digital to understand and map the urban system and driver.
Table of Contents
1 What Do We Mean by “Smart City” and Where Does This Idea Come From?
2 The Challenges of Urban Development in the Context of the Third Industrial Revolution
3 What Makes a City Smart?
4 New Sciences of Cities
5 Smart City in Action